Brewer's yeast isfermentation fungi and used in brewing, baking, winemaking and the production of fermented milk products. However, as a result of the high content of protein and vitamin substances in yeast, they are also used as a food additive, the valuable components of which are vitamins of group B and vitamin D, along with the content of calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and other elements. In this connection, it is brewer's yeast (dry and fresh) that have become widespread in medical applications. To do this, they are specially grown in particularly sterile conditions.
The use of preparations of yeast is able to regulate metabolism, reduce cholesterol, replenish vitamin and microelement deficiency, improve immunity and eliminate toxins. As a result, the general condition improves, resistance to stresses and infections, as well as efficiency increases. Yeast also has a positive effect on the pancreas (contributing to the production of juice), in maintaining the correct microflora in the stomach, along with having a pronounced positive effect on hair, skin and nails.
Individual intolerance to the components. Gout and kidney disease. Also, various contraindications can be all sorts of fungal diseases, weak intestinal microflora and dysbiosis (by the way, gynecologists often warn women against taking brewer's yeast, as they are ways to provoke thrush).
Given that the reception of beer yeast does not require a doctor’s prescription, this does not negate the need to strictly follow the instructions and caution in the application.
As for the concerns seriously get better when taking drugs on the basis of brewer's yeast, in the absence of endocrine disorders and due to improved metabolism, taking the drug on the contrary contributes to weight loss.